Cambodian-Chinese photographer Christopher Lim moved to Hong Kong on a whim in 2015 and has lived here since. Like many travelers, one of the first things he did when he landed was whip out his camera and start shooting. From tram-top street shots to moody Mong Kok market scenes, a selection of Lim's street photography has made its way into a 'Hong Kong Perspectives' — an online exhibition curated by Madelon de Grave, founder of Bamboo Scenes. The Hong Kong-based art initiative champions local talents and donates a portion of every sale to charity. Here, Lim shares the stories behind a few of his favorite street shots.
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